Lillie Dots

Gazette May 20, 1903 We hear some talk of a Baptist church being built at Lillie. Crops are looking more favorable now that at any time this season. Farmers have taken more interest this year with fertilizers than ever before. The longest passenger train we have ever seen pulled by here over the Arkansas Southern … Continue reading Lillie Dots

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The Gazette December 4, 1901 Will send a few dots, as it has been some time since Lillie has been represented. Mr. A. B. Henderson went to New Orleans several weeks ago to have another surgical operation performed (cancer on his lip). He has not yet returned. Mr. Winston Farrar died at his son's home … Continue reading From Lillie

From Lillie

The  Gazette December 12, 1900 Mr. E. G. Carroll has moved his family back to his farm near Cherry Ridge. He is still merchandising here. On Sunday, December 2, Mr. John Parker and Miss Fannie, daughter of Mr. E. G. Carroll, were married at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. B. F. Post went to … Continue reading From Lillie

From Lillie

The Gazette November 7, 1900 One evening last week the people of this place were badly frightened when they saw one of Mr. E. G. Carroll's girls coming up the railroad screaming. The horse which they (two girls and a little boy) had been driving to school became frightened that evening and ran the buggy … Continue reading From Lillie

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The Gazette August 29, 1900 Scarlet fever scare seems to prevail here just now. Mr. J. F. Bird(?) of Champagnolle, Ark., is visiting relatives near Lillie. A telegraph office has been in operation here since last month. Mr. W. M. Dixon of Wesson, Ark., has been with his friends here this week. Eld. Tom Post, … Continue reading From Lillie

From Lillie

The Gazette July 11th, 1900 The fact that this pen has been silent for several weeks is no evidence that Lillie is dead. The water in Little Cornie has been nearing her borders since the rains, but still she continues to hold her own except on excursion days, when many of her inhabitants go south. … Continue reading From Lillie